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Cape, county discuss toll agreement

April 13, 2013

The joint meeting between the Board of County Commissioners and city council opened Friday with Commissioner Frank Mann asking if he was held to the city’s civility rule....

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Apr-13-13 6:59 AM

If Frank Mann had to come with hard hat and asked if he was going to "held to the city's civility rule" I thing that the image of the mayor and the city council is in trouble. Of course he was referring to the meeting of a week ago where Vince Cummings was not allowed to speak in the "public comment"on an issue to be heard by the council.This is not the first a person that has not been allowed to voice his or her opinion. Interesting enough, no one choose to speak from the public this time.

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Apr-13-13 7:21 AM

I was there and it really was funny. A few red faces on the Cape Coral City Council side of the room.

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Apr-15-13 8:10 AM

Information: There was no public comment scheduled at this meeting. Commissioner Mann came with a "hard hat" because our esteemed Mayor made a statement that he wished to use "a bat to use against the Commissioners". Nice.

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Apr-15-13 10:58 AM


What I said was a rhetorical comment "you may have to hit them in the head with a bat in order to get their attention".

This is an old saying as old as the hills. It was regarding the way that Lee County dismisses Cape Coral. Look at the mediation comment that Cm Hall made. They just can't let go that there will be no barrier. We couldn't have one built without a permit. FDEP will not issue it because it will damage the environment. The medication is over, done finished but they still hang on.

John Sullivan Mayor and Candidate for Mayor of Cape Coral

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Apr-16-13 9:33 AM

Unfortunately, Mayor Sullivan, your clarification of your statement in our local news paper confirms what you said. This statement, concerning a bat and it's use does not belong in the political arena no matter how many explanations are used. It is still confrontational in nature and serves no purpose other than to add "wood to the political fire".

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